HAPPY NEW YEAR's first poster out; Shahrukh and I have had a dream partnership always, says Farah Khan

By Glamsham Editorial

The year ended with a promise of a Happy New Year ahead! And literally so, the first poster of Shahrukh's Red Chillies Entertainment Pvt Ltd's next film directed by Farah Khan, HAPPY NEW YEAR (HNY) launched on January 2nd.

The poster features the entire cast - Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan, Boman Irani, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood and Vivaan Shah in the garb of burglar. The film is under-production and this is the first time that a film is being made with a unique genre like musical heist. HAPPY NEW YEAR will release this Diwali.

HAPPY NEW YEAR brings back the famous director-actor duo Shahrukh Khan and Farah Khan. HAPPY NEW YEAR is Farah's third film with Shahrukh Khan and second with Deepika Padukone, OM SHANTI OM being the first.

Director Farah Khan said, "My dream project HAPPY NEW YEAR takes another step towards realisation with the first poster being launched today. I believe in cinema that entertains and with a dream cast like this we hope it will be the most entertaining film of the year. Shah Rukh and I have had a dream partnership always and with this our third collaboration we hope it will be a very Happy New Year indeed!"

"It's incidentally become a tradition with us at Red Chillies to make an announcement of our films on Jan 2nd. We did so with RA.ONE, then with CHENNAI EXPRESS and now with HAPPY NEW YEAR. Karim Morani, I and everyone involved with HNY would like to share with you all our enthusiasm. We all are having a lot of fun making this film and are super thrilled to share the first glimpse, said Karuna Badwal, Co-Producer, Red Chillies Entertainments Pvt. Ltd.

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